Erudite Training Ltd

Erudite Training Ltd


We are a training centre based in Manchester, we deliver CPD qualifications that are aimed at existing electricians, we also take students that are starting from scratch and train them to the highest possible level, this allows them to get a foothold into the electrical industry.
We pride ourselves on not just churning out candidates that have little to no understanding, that can pass exams, but instead to teach the delegates how to actually do the job, the passing of exams comes with this but it is not the main focus. We feel that this gives the students a much more rounded understanding of the subject matter and allows them therefore to extrapolate complex ideas from basic information.

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  • Short course
  • Manchester
  • Intermediate
  • 8h - 3 Days

...we will then start the enrolment procedure. The 17th Edition Wiring Regulations course is based around the “IET Wiring Regulations BS 7671:2008... Learn about: Electrical Theory, Referencing materials... More

£ 234
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Teachers and trainers (2)

David  Bromley
David Bromley
Course Coordinator/Lecturer

David has been working in the industry for approx 10 years, in this time he has worked on many domestic, commercial and industrial sites. Teaching for approx 4 years, he is able to employ the knowledge gained on site in creating scenarios in the classroom that maximises the students understanding of the subject matter.

Simon Ogborn
Simon Ogborn

Twenty years experience in the electrical industry, qualified Further Education Lecturer, Approved Electrical Inspector, City and Guilds Examiner. Simon has worked in a huge number of situations and locations over the years from simple domestic situation, a whole host of commercial installations, as well as petrochemical plants, oil and gas rigs, banking computer centres. A combination of knowledge, intuitiveness and knowing those occasions to seek further advise has ensured that he has an excellent reputation. Simon continues to work in the industry as well as appearing in the classroom.